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Full Moon
Rose Kowaliw

Wolves howl at the moon
Owls watching every move
Wildcats still lurking.
Silence in the woods
All the hunters have been fed
Preying ends at dawn.

The Sea
Rose Kowaliw

The sounds of the sea
Thundering waves crashing rocks
Seagulls shrieking by.
I can taste the sea
In gusts of salty breezes

At Last
Rose Kowaliw

Spring comes silently
Seeds bursting, flowers blooming
Fragrant winds drift by.
Songbirds, butterflies
Busy bees remembering
Life begins again.

The Hunt
Rose Kowaliw

Morning dew on grass
Spider webs glow in sunlight
Pastel eggs in hiding

After the Storm
Rose Kowaliw

Lightning skies subside
Shimmering rainbows perform
Greatest show on earth!

Rose Kowaliw enjoys creating original computer art as well as painting in oils, both of which have been shown in galleries in NY and New England. Her Haiku and poetry have been published in a wide variety of literary publications. She lives in pristine New Hampshire with her family and spends summers at the ocean walking the beach at dawn searching for sea glass. "I am drawn to the sparse beauty of a Haiku like the tides are drawn to the moon."

Danielle Moody

English word for hurt
edible as bread in France
both the stuff of life

Danielle Moody is an independent writer, editor, translator and educator. Her poetry and translations have been published in the anthology Mischief, Caprice and Other Poetic Strategies and Poetry magazine.

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